Bradley Johnson: A Retired CIA Station Chief Discusses Islam and the Information War

Bradley Johnson is a retired Career Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. He currently serves as the editor-in-chief of The Institute for Security through Intelligence. He is an expert on Counterintelligence issues, and has extensive direct experience serving in operations abroad.

In the following two interviews with Vlad Tepes, Mr. Johnson discusses the current degraded state of American intelligence capabilities as they pertain to the Great Jihad. Our ability to identify, describe, and understand the nature of Islam and the Islamic threat was already hobbled under the politically correct ground rules laid down by President Bush, but it was almost totally incapacitated during the Obama administration. Mr. Johnson discusses the legacy left by Barack Hussein Obama, and the nature of the information war that is currently being waged against us by Islam — which it is so far winning handily.


Comments (0):

Top content for

Comment of the day